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Nutrition Services

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    PPS Nutrition Services  provides students with delicious, high quality, nutrient-rich meals to support learning. Educating palates, inspiring culinary curiosity and nourishing the health of the community through school meals.

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Nutrition Services
(503) 916-3399
Whitney Ellersick, MS, RDN
Senior Director
(503) 916-3276
Ben Dandeneau
Assistant Director
(503) 916-3275
Amy DeSimone, SNS
Program Manager
(503) 916-3280
Susi Handke-Greiner
Program Manager
(503) 916-3572
Jen Riley
Program Manager
Graham Schreiber
Program Manager
Ginny Blickenstaff
Program Manager
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